how do i use my tach/dwell voltmeter model 161.216500?

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Rocmike do you actually believe this how a model would post? You are a sick joke.

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Most states are 16 occupants. And so is California. Sorry I had to ask that question because it does vary from state to state Here is a website that might help explain to you California's laws. http://www.trulia.com/voices/Home_Buying/Is_there_any_state_licensing_requirement_to_run_a_-8843 --

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What kind of modeling? How old is the child?

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Bingo! Any good implement dealer, particularly one that sells chain saws, will sell bar oil for chains saws. Most have it in either one quart or one gallon containers.

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Bone has a good description of the two main scales 'O' and 'HO' . ( Although some items still defy logic - if HO was truly HALF of O then it SHOULD be 1/96, as above 'O' scale is 1/24 (called half scale) and 1/12 called inch scale. ) Here perhaps we begin to see the differences in all model ...
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Mothers who let their preteens go into modeling

My parents let me start modeling at a young age. The money I earned from that work they put aside for me and has helped me pay for my education. If that's not altruistic, than I don't know what is. (Although, I understand what you mean as I've seen images from other models, like Lindsay Lohan's ...

How big is 1/12 scale plastic model

Keith, A 1:12 plastic model means that 1 unit (e.g intch) is 12 times as much in real. So the dimensions of the model are totally dependent on the real size it represents. If the real thing is small the model will be small but if the real thing is huge the model will be big (relatively).